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Taiheke®

Taiheke®

citrus, tropical

Despite presenting notes of citrus and grapefruit derived from its US Cascade heritage, Taiheke® also boasts New Zealand's characteristic tropical twist. A great stand alone addition but also highly complimentary.
Alpha6.0-8.0%
Beta5.0-5.5%
Total Oil1.1/100g
Cohumulone37%
Myrcene53.6%
Humulene14.5%
Caryophyline5.4%
Farnesene6%
Alpha
0
20
Beta
0
20
Total Oil (ml/100g)
0
4

hopco

a bit about us.

We’re Hopco, a company  that’s all about providing top-notch hops, hop products and production equipment to breweries and home brew stores across Australia. Founded in 2001 by father son duo John and Sandy Ross, Hopco has seen the ebbs and flows of the industry and the rise of the hop. Based in Hobart, Tasmania, with a warehouse situated in Melbourne …

Brewcon19

New Beers ft New Hops

Hopco is back at Brewcon19 for the 7th annual Australian Brewers Conference and Trade Expo. We’ve partnered with a whole host of Australian breweries to bring you a selection of beers showcasing up and coming hops – plus a few old favourites and some special guests.

Zac Pauling

Staves Brewery

We caught up with spear fishing extraordinaire and Dad of the Century Zac Pauling to chat about beer and what’s happening in Glebe – most notably a New England IPA on Nitro, and some pretty impressive wins at the Sydney Royal Beer and Cider Show.

our illustrious partners

New Zealand HopsHandtmannCrosby Hop FarmHollingbery & Son Inc.Totally Natural Solutions
Brewcon19
Hopco is back at Brewcon19 for the 7th annual Australian Brewers Conference and Trade Expo. We’ve partnered with a whole host of Australian breweries to bring you a selection of beers showcasing up and coming hops – plus a few old favourites and some special guests.
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New Zealand Hop Harvest 2019
For the 2019 harvest New Zealand Hops Limited posted a total production volume 1,045,598 kilograms an increase of 323,640 kilograms or 45% on the grower owned co-operative's 2018 harvest result. Excellent conditions throughout the spring in the lead up to summer set the plants up for what looked to be a very promising crop through early December and up until Christmas with measured even growth and excellent lateral development. Read the full article here.
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